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Lake Wartook Update - 5 pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

Water releases from Lake Wartook have increased today from 100 ML/d to 200 ML/d. For further information and updates, please visit the Storage Manager website. http://www.storagemanager.com.au/storagemanager/news-feed

 

Expression of Interest to connect to the South West Loddon Pipeline Project

The construction of Stage 1 of the 1,300 km of stock and domestic pipeline in the south west of the Loddon Shire commenced on 5 July 2016. The $80.6 million project will provide a secure water supply to more than 630 rural properties currently relying on local rainfall and catchment dams for their farms.

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Accessing water for domestic and stock purposes

Many people rely on their own water supplies for domestic and stock purposes. If your water supply runs short and you need assistance in finding an alternative water source, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss your options with you.

Fact sheet - Accessing water when your domestic and stock supply dries up

 

GWMWater - a proud sponsor of the 2016 Wimmera Business Awards

We are proud to be a sponsor of the 2016 3WM MixxFM Wimmera Business Awards which showcases the diversity of business excellence in the region.

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GWMWater schedule of tariffs and charges

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Taking and using rural water

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Planned interruption to water supply

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Water sharing arrangements reviewed

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Are you a tenant?

If you are a tenant moving into or out of a property (either residential or business) please click here to change your address.

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Keep wipes out of sewer pipes

Putting the wrong things down the toilet, sink or drain can cause damage to your sewer system and your property, leading to costly repairs and harm to the environment. 

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